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Patoot

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About Patoot

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kraków, Poland
  • Occupation
    IT Security Engineer

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7-7700K @5GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z270X-Gaming K5
  • RAM
    2x16GB Kingston HyperX predator @3000MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Aorus 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Elite
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB + Kingston HyperX 120GB
  • PSU
    Corsair HX750i
  • Display(s)
    2x LG 27UD68-W
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Ultimate
  • Mouse
    Logitech Master 2S
  • Sound
    Sennheiser Momentum AE2 & SoundBlasterX G5 & Logitech Z553
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Yes I did, I tried for a long time, but still the effect was nowhere close to acceptable
  2. Hello! I have 2 monitors, both are the same model - LG 27UD68-W, and I noticed that the colors displayed are different quite a lot. The main (in front of my eyes) display has much more green greyish color and the side display has more white, "filterfree" look. Naturally I thought that these displays are just not calibrated properly (although they come in a box with a nice certificate of factory calibration results and LG lets reminds you of that everywhere), so since I cared more about the monitor in front of me I just simply switched the side one with one in the middle. I was quite surprised to see that it didn't matter. I switched the ports/cables/graphic card outputs, changed which display is my main one, checked in Nvidia panel for any differences and so on and could not find any reason at all for that. It weirded me out a lot, to a point where I thought I am so stupid that I screwed back the same monitors, but my older one has a sticker on the bottom and now it is my side one and it was the middle one, so that's not it. It clearly seems like some system/graphic cards settings, but I just can't figure out what is it. I even tried to use screen calibration (windows and others), because I was thinking "hey in the end it matters that the middle screen has nice colors" and although I could fix some display aspects it was breaking the other ones. I tried multiple times to reset all the settings to default, reinstall drivers, switch cables and so on, no luck. ANY help/suggestions will be really appreciated. Thank you!
  3. Pretty sure all fans are PMW and pins are good too. But I even checked with using DC only to control them and it did not help. I do not have any junk, and like I said - even clean Windows still has the issue. Previously I had it in BIOS and now it's UEFI, didn't change anything. Right now I have the newest BIOS version, after 2 upgrades over time. I know it looks like a I have a faulty sensor somehow (although if you don't put the PC to sleep it works without any issues), but there has to be a way to solve this.
  4. @NrKj105 @dragoon20005 Did not help. I am quite sure that even on completely fresh Windows install it still does the same.
  5. I am doing it right now, but just FYI these fans are connected to mobo directly, technically CAM does not control any of my fans, even the CPU ones. And I think I had the same issue on a brand new install of Windows. Uninstalling now and going to update you in few minutes.
  6. Exactly. This kind of software takes control nicely over my fans, but when I wake the PC from sleep it no longer matters. I think it sees the negative 54C as the critical state and spins as fast as it can.
  7. I have done all of the above. Couple BIOS resets. I didn't have Gigabyte software in the beginning but I installed it to see if that would solve the problem, it did not so I uninstalled it.
  8. Just in BIOS itself. I have this issue for 4+ months and 2 months ago I got a nice, new PSU (Corsair HX750i) and that did not help either.
  9. I tried and it did not work. Program has the control of the fans as expected, but after waking up the PC from sleep they will still spin at 100%.
  10. Hello everyone! Since months I have a problem that is driving me absolutely crazy. At this point I lost almost all hope of fixing it. Every time I wake up my PC from sleep the 2 system fans run with full speed and will do until I restart the machine. I have a total of 4 fans mounted, 2 for my CPU cooling in front and one system fan on the top and one in the back. Every time it happens it is also associated with TMPIN2 to be -54C (which is what is causing them to spin at 100%, I believe). There are no exceptions - it happens every time. I have flashed BIOS twice (from F2 version to F6 and then F7), changed every low-power state, turned off OC completely, restored default BIOS settings. Tried using either DC or PMW to steer fans. Tried different fans (currently I use beQuiet SilentWings 3 - HiSpeed, but I also tried with standard NZXT fans. I tried modifying the fan curves so only 80C or more would cause them to go above 50% I used different Windows programs to control fans. Every thing has failed. My gut tells me that there should be a proper setting in BIOS or Windows, but in my mind I honestly tried everything I could - anything I could find on Google for many days plus all my ideas. I am at the point of looking forward to buy new mobo/CPU just to get rid of that problem. Multiple sleep and waking up during the day is simply how I use my machine. If someone is good enough to solve this, I will be very, very impressed and extremely grateful. Thank you!
  11. Thank you very much, that explains why I was unable to find a way to switch to another BIOS. I believe the topic can be archived. I hope you guys have a great day!
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